Report: Land Baron Stephen King Hasn't Offered Refuge to Border Kids
Using his verified Twitter account, horror novelist Stephen King singled out the Tea Party for a lecture about Christianity as it pertains to the ongoing crisis at the Mexican border. "Revised Tea Party Gospel," King wrote in one tweet, "'Suffer the little children come unto me. Unless they're undocumented kids from Central America.'"
As of now, though, despite his vast wealth and land holdings, there are no reports of King offering to personally care for or allow any Central American border kids to take refuge in or on his property.
According to Celebrity Detective, King owns a $9 million home in Florida with plenty of adjoining land. As of now there are no reports of King offering any of his 6,817 square foot home or the land as a refuge for Central American border children:
King also owns a sizable home in Maine. As of now there are no reports that King has offered this home as a refuge for Central American border children.
Apparently King's faith centers around the idea that he's somehow superior to those unwilling to do what he's unwilling to do.
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